Trendsetters Production's goal is to increase knowledge, resources, confidence, and safety, one child, one school, one community at a time.
Fashion Against Bullying
Tracy Palmer wants to build confidence in children because bullying is too prevalent." One way to build confidence, she said, is through fashion.
Bullying is such a huge problem, Palmer said. "I want to bring hope. I want to bring peace. (Bullying) brings about suicide. It brings about violence. But if we can nip it in the bud, if we can catch it in time, we can save a lot of people."
More than 400 people attended Fashion Against Bullying, an event she hosted at Genesee Valley Center. It features over 47 models between ages 6 and 27 years old walking the runway in local designers' clothing lines.
This Is Me!
A platform for special needs children.
Palmer said God spoke to her, telling her to create “This is Me,” a fashion show and fundraiser featuring 15 models with special needs, including autism, Asperger’s syndrome, Kawasaki disease, cerebral palsy, mood swing disorder and hearing disorders.
The show aims to build confidence with a simple, yet powerful message: living true to one’s self regardless of skin color, height, what you look like and, especially in this show, a disability.